House Rules

House Rules*

Please help us give you the best possible experience by following the rules below. Thank you!

1. Sign up for class
We have class reservations and a cap for a reason. We don’t want to turn anyone away, but don’t be surprised if we do. If no one signs up, the coach will not be there. Treat it like any other important appointment. If you missed the window to sign up or to cancel just text the office at 914-882-0518.

2. If you’re not early, you’re late.
Give yourself enough time to change and get your gear ready. You can also use this time to go to the bathroom.

3. Clean up and put away your toys.
Sweat and any other bodily fluids must be cleaned up. Pick up your used tape, markers, whiteboards, water bottles and clothes. Every piece of equipment has a designated place. Please put it back where it belongs.

4. Keep the chalk in the chalk bucket.
Don’t take it out of the bucket and carry it around the gym. Just move the bucket close to your WOD area, while being mindful of other people using it too.

5. Respect the equipment.
Never drop an empty barbell. Never drop a kettlebell or a dumbbell. Put them down gently. If you’re using 10lb or 15lb plates, do not drop the barbell from overhead. These plates have a high bounce and can potentially hit you or your teammates.

6. Introduce yourself.
There’s no better feeling then entering a new gym and feeling welcomed. If you see someone new, please introduce yourself. The community is what makes the difference, show newcomers how special our place is.

7. Leave your Drama and Ego at the door.
This is our happy place and we want to keep it that way. It’s your sanctuary and we want you to leave each training session, mentally and physically stronger.
Don’t let your ego get in the way of your training. No matter how advance you are, you can always get better at the basics.

8. Listen.
If the coach is speaking, you listen. It’s disrespectful to have your own private conversation while the coach is trying to give instructions to the class. Let everyone get the full benefits of the coaches’ knowledge.

”Your success or lack of success as an athlete does not indicate who you are. But being an athlete that is coachable, respectful, a great teammate, mentally tough, resilient and tries their best IS a direct reflection of who you are as a person.”

*Failure to follow the House Rules will result in Burpees. Amount will be determine on the severity of your actions.